Radio planning within Google EarthTM
Keyhole Radio™ is a unique and powerful RF planning interface, accessed by loading a Keyhole Markup Language (KML) overlay in Google EarthTM. It’s ideal for busy organisations already using Google Earth as existing data can be overlaid with your RF overlays and the software with supporting terrain data is ready to go so long as a client has Google Earth and a network connection.
A Cloud-RF user account is required to use the service. Registration is free.
Keyhole radio documentation is located here.
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If you’re a professional Google earth user you’ll know Google started giving the pro version away for free and deprecated the API, clear signs they’re stepping away from GE. Thankfully, the standards on which Google Earth is built (KML) are future proof and compatible with other popular GIS systems.
We hope to see the Keyhole Radio layer on ATAK in the future once it’s network KML support improves.